Asian Chemical Connections

Europe’s Dinosaur Destiny
8th March 2014 by

By John Richardson DINOSAURS became extinct, scientists think, because of an event beyond their cont...

Grangemouth Viewed Through A Wider Lens
25th October 2013 by

By John Richardson THROUGH the narrow lens of stand-alone cost competitiveness, the threatened refin...

Players In Europe And Asia Are Serious About Cheap US Ethane
22nd April 2013 by

A fascinating guest blog post by my colleague, Nigel Davis (see below) explores how excess US ethane...

Chem Q3 Results Show Flat Growth
31st October 2011 by

By John Richardson CHEMICAL company third quarter financial results point to what has been apparent ...

Economic concerns dampen EPCA meeting
4th October 2011 by

By Malini Hariharan On a day when Asian stock markets tumbled on fresh worries about Europe’s ...

Shale gas spurs optimism but questions remain
28th March 2011 by

By Malini Hariharan The mood at this year’s International Petrochemical Conference, hosted by ...

European Petchems & Future Competitiveness
17th March 2011 by

By John Richardson Dear Reader We hope and pray that the nuclear crisis in Japan will be resolved an...

Edgy And Nervous CEOs In Deep Contemplation
26th January 2011 by

Davos 2011  Source of picture:     By John Richardson THE edginess and nerv...

What’s next for PetroChina and Ineos?
11th January 2011 by

By Malini Hariharan After months of talks, PetroChina finally signed a framework agreement with Ineo...

Some more surprises for polyolefins
8th January 2010 by

By Malini Hariharan The Wednesday post on this blog highlighted some of the unexpected turns that th...

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